Monday, October 16, 2017
 
 
Healthbeat: Shingles
You may have seen pharmacies with signs indicating that the vaccine for shingles is available there.
 
Free pharmaceutical waste collections in Monroe Co.
Department of Environmental Services and the Sheriff's Office is putting a new focus on proper pharmaceutical waste disposal.
 
Musician Scott Wattles
Matt and Heather talk to Scott Wattles, a musician and aortic dissection patient, and Physician Assistant Brett Taylor about the dangers of aortic dissections.
 
Preventing Parvo
The El Paso Animal Services Shelter is offering vaccines for Parvo as the disease increases during the Summer.
 
Primary Medical Partners
Regenerative Stem Cell Therapy
 
HCC top nursing
Rachael Espaillat reports
 
Some say drug companies should pay up
Gary Martin believes pharmaceutical companies should pay up for their role in the opioid crisis.
 
Trillium health first to offer HIV drug without prescription
Trillium health first to offer HIV drug without prescription
 
President Trump Switching Focus to Tax Reform: 3-27-17
Despite the failure of a new health care bill, the President is already looking ahead to other issues. NewsChannel 9's Beth Cefalu is following Trump's new fight to reform America's tax code and difficulties ahead.
 
How To: Woman Escapes Trunk Kidnapping
CORNING, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - Thanks to a federal law passed over ten years ago, Brittany Diggs, a nursing student in Alabama was able to escape a kidnapping last week in the trunk of her own car.
 



Health Care Professionals' Experience
The annual Future Health Care Professionals' Experience will be Saturday, April 8.
 
Amarillo VA Health Care System recognized for energy efficie
Amarillo VA Medical Center became the first VA medical center to combine solar power and thermal storage technologies to generate energy and export excess energy.
 
Jobs in jeopardy at pharmaceutical plant
Jobs in jeopardy at pharmaceutical plant
 
Teva Pharmaceutical plant in Forest to be sold or closed
Teva Pharmaceutical plant in Forest to be sold or closed
 
Washington Co. & HIV tests
Shannon Ryan reports
 
Focus on the 4State: Yours Truly Tattoo
The organizers of a recent event to benefit cancer research discuss how they use tattoos to spread awareness and raise money.
 
Rihanna Named Harvard University's 2017 Humanitarian of Year
Rihanna has been named Harvard University's 2017 Humanitarian of Year for her work setting up a state of the art center for oncology and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat breast cancer at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Bridgetown Barbados.
 
Cancer research
Brittany Marshall reports
 
Broome County suing pharmaceutical companies
Broome County suing pharmaceutical companies
 
Broome County suing pharmaceutical companies for role
Broome County suing pharmaceutical companies for role in heroin epidemic
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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